Take A Look At Final Fantasy VII Remake Tokyo Game Show 2019 Trailer
Final Fantasy VII Remake
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It’s that time of the year for another three-day worth of video gaming goodness with the new announcements and updates in this year’s Tokyo Game Show!
And to keep the fire burning, Square Enix shared the Tokyo Game Show 2019 trailer for one of its most highly anticipated game in 2020, Final Fantasy Remake VII. In fact, the new trailer serves as our first look at the operatives of the oppressive Shinra Electric Power Company, Turks agents Reno, Rude, and Tseng, as well as the mighty summons Ifrit and Shiva. But that’s not all. It also gives a glimpse of the mini-games, Don Corneo, a seemingly new character and more!
Square Enix also released two versions of the new trailer where you can choose between English & Japanese. Enjoy watching below!
Final Fantasy VII Remake is one of the brightest stars of E3 2019. The upcoming action role-playing game by Square Enix will be released in multiple parts. During E3 2019, Final Fantasy VII Remake producer Yoshinori Kitase took the stage and discussed tidbits of information about the game.
According to the producer, the massive content of the game, which is the first part, will be released on March 3, 2020, which will require two Blu-ray discs. However, the initial release of the game will still not cover the full Final Fantasy VII story.
For a brief overview, the upcoming game is a remake of the 1997 PlayStation title, Final Fantasy VII. The game follows the role of the mercenary Cloud Strife as he and eco-terrorist group AVALANCHE battle against the wicked Shinra megacorporation and the rogue former Shinra soldier Sephiroth. The gameplay is planned to combine real-time action and turn-based elements just like with Dissidia Final Fantasy.
The remake will only include the part of the story in Midgar, but according to Kitase, it will be a “fully standalone gaming experience.” The producer added, “At that point, we decided we’re going to focus this game on Midgar and what happened in Midgar,” Kitase said. “And unfortunately, we can’t say anything more about future games after that, because we don’t know ourselves, really.”
More so, Kitase said that he and his team in Square Enix are still “fleshing out” what will be covered in the game’s next chapter.
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Enjoy the trailers and screenshots for the game below.
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